Client Survey Fall 2022

Street Health is preparing to conduct our next Client Satisfaction Survey this fall to help guide our planning and service priorities. In developing the survey, we are reminded and would like to re-share some of the previous Client Satisfaction Survey highlights:   2017 Survey 2019 Survey Watch for 2022 Client Satisfaction results coming in November/December. […]

Taking Pride in Safety – Harm reduction strategies for event and festival organizers

  Pride Festival weekend starts today! We are honoured to be one of the official Harm Reduction partners with Pride Toronto for this year’s event. We will be providing harm reduction services and support, including the distribution of Harm Reduction supplies at the festival tents. Naloxone kits, Safer Sex kits, Safer injection kits, Fentanyl testing […]

2021-2022 Annual Report

Street Health’s 2021-2022 Annual Report captures the challenges and accomplishments of 2021-2022. Read the Annual Report

Announcement from Street Health Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Street Health is pleased to welcome Laura Pearson as the new Executive Director. Laura brings 20 years of front-line and leadership experience in community-based agencies with a strong background in mental health and harm reduction. Laura is currently the ED of the Ontario Peer Development Initiative; she was previously the […]

Elimination of violence against women who use drugs- A global campaign

Non-binary people, as well as trans and cis women, experience higher rates of violence than women in the general public. Drug-using, non-binary people and trans and cis women notably face barriers when attempting to access health and social services due to stigma and discrimination. In response to this injustice, Street Health offers a drop-in program that […]

Caring for Vulnerable populations

Six graduate students from the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the University of Toronto recently concluded a two-month community placement with Street Health. The goal was to integrate the student’s theoretical knowledge into real-world experience and create a list of best practices for healthcare and social workers when aiding people who are experiencing homelessness […]

Winter 2021/2022 Newsletter

Winter is coming ….. and Street Health’s Winter Newsletter is here. Are you wondering how to stay active and connected this winter? Street Health has an answer – Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) – February 26, 2022. This event is a chance to be active with your family and friends and raise some funds […]